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FOB. SF.U.lSt LARGS QUANTITIES OF
..Liil . L.iuil.V Q S,i I 111 n V
AT LOWES PRICES THAN" f.vfhi
D AVID BETTS,
Ilavtnz ast purchased and received
A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS, will now ex
hibil to Iha publio tbs best assortment
EVER BROUGHT TO FREMONT!
a'i mil sell at as reasonable and low prices as any
o her eetablisdmeat in Sandusky county. Ever
thankful to a (Incriminating public, for Hie patron
"t:e by whi-h 1 have been enabled to reach mr
resent position, I hope by atrictly attending to bo,
einess, and the interests if the public, to merit a
enntuiuanrje of their favors. My slock of -Broadclotns,
and Gent'emen'e wear generally, will be effaretl at
, The attention of the ladies ia pertira'aitv called
lo our extensive assortment of Dress Goods, which
ronsiata io part of Silks. Gro d Nap, Gro do Rhine,
c.i plain and figured tsilke and Satins, and if
'hcy do not suit look at tbeir beanliful variety of
figured and plain do lames, cashmeres, prints, tc. ,
n.ull edgings, ribbons of every description, and ev
ery other article ia that line; by that time you wilt
wnut ta look at hi . .. -,-
p' " pli! raridn of Shaala,' "
which for beauty, richness and durability, cannot
no surpassed in Una inarktt. Hiasteckof- ,
II Alt I) w ARE,
onsista in part of cable, tog. trace and baiter
'-' haios; mill, cms cot, hand sod back aawa, au
. -vile, vises, broad axes, adzses, locks, angare, bra
cos and bits, and in fact, avery article usually kept
in hardware atoms.' All of which will be told al
('yaKaucicu ijvit ararawee .
rr:. . i
fMilery, &e, &.C, ia complata. American, 8welee
( -ml Old Sable jrou ia aay quantity, selling at a
BOO TS A, N D S H O.E S .
fr ladiea, genta, boys and misses in a g real variety,
at prices to -suit the tinies.- Also- a large assort
st city pricsi. Ha would also say to the public
that he has made exieuaive arrangements logo
wnnr. t t a n t? i
' f V- js j. j. v j. j. jui i j
and is now prepared to boy
And pay CASH for any amount that can
hb nnu. a uor-Mora unrig 11 on, lugetuer wiin your
-.- prod ae of every description, aad yon will find a
ready market and ths big-heel prices at
Fremont, Mav 25th, 1850.
Perry Carls' Tf. italic Paln-kHIer.
For the instant car and entire eradication of all pais
IXTKBSAt AKD EXIIE&N.M. RCMEPV. '. .
So matter where the pain isor of what nature
t hi H! reach it. - .
Beware ol ConnterfeUs;-?Cautlon!.
A LI. persons are hereby cinjioned against mak
ing application for, or purcflBeiug Davis' Pais
Kut.n of O J. St.rttiu G a kooky, of Man
rure City. -; .. . '
He was formerly an agent for ths sale of the gen
uine Hiedicnea but recently it h-ts come to the
knowledge of the proprietors Ihot lie is niatitifne
turiug and vending SPURIOUS ARTICLE,
putting it up nearly in the same style -as the genu
ine, publishing a pamphlet copying our dtrecttona
nearly verbatim, and using one rt Hie heads or out
advertisements, (" Isstant Ci'RK or Pais ") ns a
name for hie spurious com pound.
In order more succrsrfullr to carry on this outra-
geoos fraud he has within the past two weeks, made
spoliation to our western office at Cincinnati, for
another sunp'-v of the irenuine to sell to those he
cannot gull with hia apurious atnrf, fait Aj agency
it hereby revoied, and he trill not receive tniy
further wpplu of the Genuine, nd all porsous
who value hi and health, una wish lo pttrcnase
the genuine PERRY DA VIS' PAIN
KILLER, must see that alikeness of the orig
inal inventor is on each bottle, and purchase of
snHi agents only as ar named below.
I. N. Harris. GenerHl Agent. Ner London, Con
necticut, May 4th, IS.SO. .... Western Office, No.
7, College Buildjnf, Cincinnati, T. H. C ;,Allen,
Superinti-nrtent. ,...Chs. Powers & Co , agents
for VVoodville; ....Gideon Hatch, agent for Ball
villei and S. BUCKLAND &. CO.,
Jon 23:3m Sole agenta fo. Fremont.
Y N E SV ..
An Entire NEW Stock of Goods ! I
mora true than theaaying, that every day brines
aad the subscribers urged by these inventive times,
Hare got up Something New!
. expressly for this nieiidaan, via: ,
; A New Store!
t ftaea tctin i uuuMJSi
which will be offered ta the public on
- " NEW TERMS: IN
; Bncklaatt'a Hew Brick Block!
cansialing of a wall selected stock .if
. - : Spring anb Summer cobs,
CloOia, plain and ancy Cassimeres, Satinettes,
Tweeds and Summer SturTs - ,
, s . GKOCERJES, . , . ; : ,
- BOOTS and SHOES, .
HATS and CAPS,
. ; " ' READY-MADE CLOTHING,
,T, HARDWARE, - ;
CROCKERY, i&c fec.
" It in useless to onnmerata the endless variety that
jjOiay be found at onr Establishment. We would
- tsvtothe LAUt t.s However, tnannevean nua
. - "lb. 'a. ITPfiT IT1 AIiVaof Boo- '
' nets, Ribbons, Ginghama, Chambra
- do.. Silks, Satins, Shoes and
Slippers, Parasols, Gloves, Shawls, La
cee; alsoa great varietv of fashionable fancy arielet.
GENTLEMEN'S ; -
FasTtionaUe Hale and Caps, fine Calf and Kip
,t . French Casaimere Pants, Coats snd Vesta. .
A great varietvof Neck, and Pocket
- Randkss, Ties, Collars, efce Ate. - -
- TO FARMERS. WE OFFER
all kinds of Groceries, Domestics, Sheetings, &c.
. VB Jj J V
AU of ear Goods were boaght since the late
, Creat Redaction io Prices!
' and by calling Ton writ find that we have the
-BEST SELECTED, and
- UMIS AJffciS'X' BIOCK OI UOOU8,
ever brooght into this-town, and be convinced by
- - that beet of indses exnerience that we
. , - PRACTICE what we PREACH. ,
. ALMOST ALL KIXBS OT PRODCCEf
- Taken in exchange for Goods!
tiTDon't mistake the Place.,1
J. I. HAT.ES &. soar.
T Fremont. May. 1850. 12
IS QUART BOTTLES, AS PREPARED BY
on. s. . howe, ;
Needs ltd one trial to establish its merit as the
BEST SARSAPARILLA. :
EVER discovered for the cure of the numerous
diseases arising from a debilitate il and derang
ed stale of the system.
f emale complaints, L,iver complaints, scrotum,
Biles, Pimples or puMules on tho face, chronic sore
Eyes Ringworm, or tetter, scald head, rheumatism,
peine iu the bones or joints, and all diseases arising
from an injudicious use of mercury.
Purify tne Blood and all Is well.
- - A REMARKABLE CURE.
Columbus, Indiana, June 5lh, 1850.
Messrs. S. O. Hovl& Co. Gentlemen: About
six mouths since 1 was attacked with what my fam
ily physician called Oilicns Pneumonia, which be
came eeatcd deeply on my lungs, and after my phr
aician had broken op the lever my lunga still seem
ed to be seriously uffi-ctwl. I had no appeiilo what
ever; my skin aecmrd to have lost its action and
function there Waa no perspiration, and in fact toy
aelf as well as my friends had given me op as incur
able in consequence of my complexion uf .dtaease,
and age, which ia about sixty yeurs, until one of my
neighbors called to see me, who lime four months
since was atu.cted similarly to myseit, ana nsu pur
chased s coirple of Ijoiiles "of Dk. S. D. Howl's
Co3rocu Extract op baRStriniLL, and it gave
her such spedy reliet, she prevsiled on me to pur
chase a buttle and try il. i done so more to gratify
my friends than that I had any expectation of being
benefited bv the medicine, but before I had tnketi
the whole of one bottle my atrengtb and appetite
began to improve rapidly aa well as my skin, begun
to perform its proper function. 1 purchased the
second bottle, and by the time it waa all taken I
was resored to as good health as I have enjoyed for
the last twenty yeara. Mrs. L. M'KIiN'NEY.
Dr. S. Jackson a distinguished physician of Indi
ana certihVa to the above enre, and nses Dr. Howe's
Shak.hr Sarsaharili.a in his private practice and
recommends its nee for all diseases arising from a
vitiated atate of the blood and system. Such testi
mony is of more real value than pages of ordinary
The great auccesa which has attended the use of
Dr. o. U. Howe's Shaker baraapanlla since ita in
troduction in the western statea, baa established ita
character in thia section of country.
This is the only Sarsaprilla that acts on
the Liner, Kidtuys and Blood at the tame time,
and hence its singular efficacy and success. Be
sure and get Dr. S. D. Howe's Shaker Sarsa
parilla and tale no other.
Quart Bellies $ 1 per bottle or or 6 bottles for $5.
FOR SALE BY
S. BUCKLAND & CO.,
Fremont, Sandusky county.
Whelden &. Rhodes, Sauduskr city.
George Ebert, Tiffin, And by
Dft & D. HOWE & CO., Proprietors,
No. I, College Hall, Cincinnati. O.
Te whom all orders tnost.be addressed. 17
r' Agency of Dr. S. S. Fitch,.
' ' 707 Broadway New York.
TT'OR SALE Hia Pateut Silver Plated Ahdom-
.T- inal Supporter, Pateut steel spring ahoulder
brace, Sdver luhaliug Tube, and Lectureaou Con
Also his Celebrated Medicines as prepared and
used by him, with or without the instruments, in
the treatment of
Pulmonary Consumption, Asthma,
Heart Disease, Rheurijntism, '
Scrofula, - Piles, "Prolapsus,
Debility, temale Complaints, "
Spinal W eeliness, Uougus, Colds, uatarh,
and all similar diseases. -
The instruments are the best of their kind and
wnrrauted against all defect. ' The medicines are
torelSillv prepared br Dr. Fitch, and all, whether
used together or each article separately, will bear
comparison with, and he found
Superior to any similar article,
being made for use and not merely for sale.
Foil directions in
DR. FITCH'S GUIDE TO INVALIDS,
which is riven awar, a valuable treatise of 48 pag
ee. All In be had of the onlv dulv authorized
agent for Bellevoe, J. W. Goodsou; Tiffin, Geo.
Ecbert. For sale in Fremont, bv
. STEPH. BUCKLAND & CO.
June 8. 1850 13-ly .
iniliJI UIST "
DURING the iale visit of Mr. KENDALL, he
made arrangements for the opening of a -
tVOOL. DEt'OV in F.remont,
on a most extensive scale. . - .
Finding the spacious Wsre Rooms which (hey
now nccopy too small to accommodate l)ii addition
to their business
Kendall & Nims
have rented the large building formerly occupied by
Mr, Morehouse, and intend using it for the
Purchase and Packing of WOOL for San
dusky and the adjoining counties.
They hope to offer inducements to the surround
ing country to bring to this market their entire clip
trie present season, as Mr. Kendall haa made
Arrangements with Eastern Operators,
which will euabia them to pay the very highest
'nrieea the market will command. They are thua
determined TO FULFILL THE PLEDGES one
after another, which they at nrei maoe io ine puo
lic, so that their Establishment shall indeed be
where (he -whole farming interest id all this section,
cau bwyud eHH to the v
The- Cargoes of "Wheat, Oats aad Corn,
for which they. have this season paid out the
" rocks,", have brought farmers from Beneoa,
Hancock, and many of tho aurrounding countirs;
and the conatant throng at their counters fully
demonstrates that they can here purchase their
Goods cheaper tuan any wbere elac
in all thieaerlion of the country- The Rkkr
Battalliors hsve just arrived, bringing -aa
Immense assortment and many ar-
ticles at Greatly Reduced Prices,
so that they can uow aell IRON for
Waooas, all round at $4. Prima Bhowr?
Sdoar, sixteen and twanty pounds for $1.
Good Molasses, at 31c; best Sugar-House, onlv
4lte; and many of the othel great staples at an
In consequence of the wonderful success at Head
Quarters, it is expected that counterfeitera will be
vary pleuty the coming season; in fact aome excel
lent imitators have already made their appearance
in the shape or nags, signs, mottoes, &.a , &c, but
it is all "no go," for the people understand that
these "bogoaers" are no more like the genuine
OLD CASH STORE,
Aft Hosidl ma it lb oirS;
than a 'brass buttou' is like a real Ctttifornia.'
They mnst be excused, however, from all
crimitial intfnttons, since it is evident
thnt they did not know bat what'
the 'Express" liine run by -Telegraph."
R R therefore, yonr Oats, R R
7 " Wheat, Com and Wool for the
CASH STANDETH WAITING!
Fiemont, May 25, 1851).
; TUE "OIjM
i:i FRILfOilT STILL IN MOTION!
- 'WHICH BVEBT BODY K50TTTS t3 AT
.PEASE'S BRICK, BLOCK, K UMBER 1.
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ifTHE 8Qbcriber haviug made an arranrrement
,1 to purchase this article on Commission, are
' prepared to pay the -
VERY HIGHEST PRICES r &g
So bring on yonr "Wool and exchange it fur
. CASH aad not for GOODS.
ROBERTS, HUBBARB & CO.
- Fremont, May S5; 1850
J. S. OLMSTED,
It bis Old Stand on the Turnpike,
oppositb wbyler'b tavekn.
T BLACK, Brown. Blue and Mixed cloth, black
-D mixed and fancy cassimeres, blue, black, and
mixed satinetts, Kentucky jeana and tweeda cloth.
red, white and Yellow flannels, red and blue plaid
cloaking, gimps, fringes, calicoes, gtmghams, al
paccas, and lawn cloths, shawls and dress hsnd
kerchiefs, and the most fashionable fancy dress
goods for the ladies that the New I ork market cau
txord. rJfeached and brown . ,
Shirtings, Canton Flannels, '
Kibbons, lilack bilk for Uresses,
Sewing Silk, Checks, Vestings,
Twist lis thread, Comforters,,.. .
Cohoe's Shirts and Drawers,
Traveling Bags, '
.Cottoa Yarn, ; Carpet Warp,
Carpetinp-, and almost every description of
Ury tioods that are Kept in the western Country.
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r11HE SUBSCRIBER will aell the follow
4. ing described Farming Lands on the
most reasonable terms, both as to price and
credit: . ' " "'
BASDUSKT COUNTT : SAVDtTSKT TOWNSHIP. .
R. Tp. Sec, Acres
" 23 a part s e qr I kn'n as day town
26 w pt ne qr ) improved 139
17 s o qr of s e qr 40
S!0 sw qr ne qr . - -.". 40
" e hlf nw qr 80
32 e qrsw qr 80
I1B 11 HCIIUU U IjUHflLT OS j
u sw traction las
13 w part nw quar 80
14 e part fraction ' 92
" south part fraction - 1 1
23 north part north east quar 73
24 north part north west quar 78
26 south east fraction 106
36 east hlf north west quar 80
" west hlf north east quar 80
A number of the above tracts of land are
improved and within one and two miles of
R. Tp. Sec Part. Acres.
north hlf south east qr 80
north west quarter 160
west hlf north east quarter 80
north east qr south west qr 40
north half : 320
north east qr south west qr 40
east half 320
north west quarter 160
north hlf south west quar 80
east half , . 220
north half noth east quar 80
south eitst south west qr frae 49
south half south east quar 80
south west quarter 160
west hlf soutn east quar 80
west hlf south west quar 80
north east quarter 160
frac ezc se qr exc ne qr 109
west hit south west qr )
14 6 25
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This tract has about 40 acres improved, j 138
' SCOTT TOWNSHIP.
- " Part." Acres,
south east qr north east qr 40
cast hlf south east qr 80
south east qr north east qr - 40
east hlf south west quarter . 80
north east qr north west qr 40
sonth east qr north east qr 40
west hlf south east quar 80
west hlf north east quar - 80
east hlf south east quar. 80
north west quarter -160
cast hlf south west qr . 80
west hit' north cast qr 80
13 4 20
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R. Tp. Sec.
13 6 10
Tea. coffee, to par, pepper, spice, ginger, ntttznegu,
cloves, cinnamon, starch, saiteratus.
- maddVr, indigo, alum, &c.
Cros-cot, mill, hand and wood-saws: cross-cut
mill, and hand-saw files; Sweed' iron,
- ( Hat and round hare; cut and wro't
nails; band tic hoop iron;
cast, spring, &.
American steel; Ames'
fihoveU, hay and tnanur forks;
nail rod; While's Simmous and Collins'
cast steel axes; besides an extensive assortment of
SHELF HARD-WARE, such as,
Pocket-knives, table knives and forks, butts and
screws; doot hangings and trimmings, &c, &c.
Boots and Shoes,
a very great variety and warranted water prooL
HATS & CAPS, A GOOD ASSORTMENT.
Sole and Upper Leather, &c:; all of the
above articles will he sold rhep for Cash, or ex
changed for When!. Corn. G;tts. Rve, Timothv,
Clover or Fax-seeds, Hides. Iheep pelts. Butter.
L,Brd, Et;gs, Tallow and Whs
Fremont, November 3. !S4r 34
. Goods hy Express!
. ; . . . JCST RCCEIVKD AT . . ;,
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A KBW EUPPI.T Or
' Fancy Lawns and Ginghams;
Silk Fringes, Laces and Braids ;
Ladies' Silk and Kid Gloves;
. , do do-- -. Belts;
(i Gents Kid Gloves; 1 " . --
Taffeta, Brocade, Enameled and Chameleon
. Bonnet Ribbons ; White Crape;
, Feather Fans and Fancy Buttons ;
. . . Palm-leaf and Leghorn Hats;
. Brown Linen, Chambray Gingham, and
i. ; Tweed Coals and Pants; -, . :,
and any quantity, of nice things too "uuinerous lo
mentiou." ail vxa CflEAP.
rTTOWNSENU'3 Sarsaparillu A large lot for
- X iale CT only at . Bucki.and's
DR. L.- D. PARKER, from Cleveland,
T ESPECTFULLY announces to the public thai
JLV he lias permanently located in Fremont, for
the purpose o practicing .
, Sarcical and Mechanical Dentistry.
i From the ample resources which he has enjoyed,
for acquiring a thorough knowledge of Ihe profess
ion, he feels confident that he shall he tible to give
satisfaction to all who may desire Ins aid, in the va
rious branches of the profession. The public are
assured that the utmost care will be taken to render
Ihs operaliona both permanent and oseful.
Artificial Teeth set on Gold Plate,
in number from a single one to a double sett. Piv
ot teeth set in the best manner. Carious teeth fil
led so as to permanently arrest the decay. Teeth
cleaned in auch a manner as not to injure the en
amel. Teeth extracted with the most approved
. Dr. P AHKEll, wishes to be understood that he
is responsible lor all his operations. Perrons wish
ing Dental Operations, are invited to coll al his of
fice, iu Caldwell's lir.ck Building, over Or. Cliiiin
Fremont, June 30, 1849 15
Fremont i ash Store.
WOULD respectfully announce thathe contin
ues his business in the
Second story of Knupp's Building,
opposite Burger's o d stand, where he will be happv
;to wait on his old customers aud all who need any
tiling in his line.
If you want you garments made op RIGHT,
and after tha Latest Fashion you must call on
N. D. Panirolar attention poifi to cutting, and
warranted to Bt if properlv made up.
Fremont. April 28. 1849.
While Wood Htmber,
9. O.H. HJSSELMAS.
- T alt hinds and ctear stuff for hy
SILKS, satins-, alpaceas, lawns', ginghams, &c,
all qualities end price jit Hatkxs.
YOUNG Hyson Tea efoperior quality at
IRAYER BOOKS and Church Service. A
: fpleodid assortment, from 31e t $3. at
. " EUCTO-NC i CO'3.-
MOM TK KEY HOUSE:
V JiE.JAM. MEEK Ell. 8
T OSE Hair Oil, Ox Marrow,
Bear's Oil . Maccassar Oil, .
Bandoline Fixatricc, , Philocorob, - . , ,, .
Cream of Roses and Lilys,
Cologne, Rose and Lavendar Water, fec, &c.,
just received, at Bucklasd's.
OiNftOt'S Iwc, a certain coia lor Fever
awi-A gB ftir s1tly at
, j c? ;. - .:3.-3ccaiASa fc Go's.
I T1HE subscriber has just received a large and
1 well selected stocK ol
Spring and Snmmtr (Boois,
purchased entirely for cash, . '
Since tbe Great Decline,
in the Eiistern Market.
In consequence of large importations and a light
demand in the early part of the se.son Goods
Declined in prices from 15 to 20 perct.:
which wil enable them to be ooin for less than was
paid by those who unfortunately puruhused too
Fashionable Dress Goods of all descriptions.
1 urk batins,
Gro de Rine and Italian Silks cheaper, than
Shawls from 6s. to $12, the most splendid as
sortment evcr.exhibited iu this market.
Bonds at less than batf the usual prices.
Artificial Flowers aud Ribbons, direct from
BOOTS AAD SHOES, ..
the best and finest that could be found in market,
ud will be sold at a very small commission from
First cost and Warranted.
' Leather, and a
large and magnificent stork of
purchased direct from the manufacturers thus snv
ing Ihe Jobber's ten per cent profit, which will be
sold without regard to prom or loss.
fn a word, Lsdies and Gentlemen, call and ex
amine Goods and prices and you will be satisfied
tins is the plnce
To buy Goods Cheap.
A. B. TAYLOR.
Birchard & Dickinson's Old Corner.
Fremont, May 15, 1850.
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north east qr north westqr
east hlf south east quarter )
north hlf north east quar 80
north hlf south east qr 80
south hlf south east qr 80
south west half 160
south hlf north west qr 80
north east qr north west qr 40
sourh hlf north east qr 80
north hlf north west qr 80
south hlf noth westqr. 80
north hlf south west qr 80
north hlf north east qr 80
north west qr north west qr 80
west hlf south east qr 80
- " ' BALLVILLS TOWNSHIP.
R. Tp. Sea - Part . Acres.
15 4 1 . nept und of 50 acres improved
" 27 west hlf south east quarter 80
GREEN CREEK TOWNSHIP.
north hlf north east quarter 80
north west qr south east qr )
10 acres improved.
T 86 east half s w quar 8bT ,v
: v ; s " ' 28 south west quarter ' 160 ' '
:i - ' ! . ,-west hlf a e quar 80:"'
n 6 ; 11 east part n w quar - 80
'-AtC.' 23 cast part s w quar 80
16 . .. 12 west hlf s w quar -' SO
' " 13 west hlf n w quar 80
,.60 acres improved " , ; .
. 7 30 south w qr ri w qr frac 39
14 ' 4 north hlf sw quar 80
,u . 5 south east quarter . . 160 i
6 south west quarter i 156
8 81 south hlf n e quar 80
north hlf s e quar ' 80
; 7 6 north w quar s e quar
-j 7 north east quar
:. ; north hlf n w quar 76
8 south west quarter - 160
" : 10 north hlf s e quar i 80
. 12 south half , 320
13 north east quarter - 160
north hlf n w quar 80
north w quar s quar 40
north e quar s w quar 40
14 north east quar : 160
north hlf s e quar 80
15 west half 320
south east quarter '160
- 6 - 7 north e qr a w qr frao 44
21 south hlf s w qurr , . ;. 80
south w quar n w quar r, 40
north equarnw quar - 40
1 5 north hlf 8 w quar 80
R. T. Sec Part Acres.
9 4 5 south half ' 320
7 west half fraction 319
18 north w quar fractiou 159
7 6frc24 north half 320
11 13 whole fractional 382
14 do do 270
12 4 22 south hlf s c quar " 80
United states Reserve at Perrysburgh, un
divided two thirds of the west half south east
quarter, 54 acres ; and undivided two thirds
south west quarter. ' ' "
SENECA COUNTY. . ''
R. T. Sec, Part Acrea
13 2 1 west half s e quar , . 80
east hlf s w quar ' 80
. 10 west hlf s e quar . , .80
east hlf n e quar . . , , 80
11 west hlf n w quer . 80
. , , .12 north hlf n e quar 80
. 14 5 west hlf n e quar . 80
north west qvarter 160
north hlf s w quar. 80
6 east hlf n e quar. ; , 80
south east quarter . , .160
, . south hlf s w quar , 80
. 7 north hlfn w quar ; 80
north w quar n e quar . 40
K. P. BUCKIiA.D.
FREMONT, Sandusky co. Ohio )
April 13, 1850. )
WESTEU1V NEW YOBK I
COLJjVUE OF MiVALtTH.
2C7 Main Street, Bnflalo. New Tork.
DR. G. C. VAUGHN'S -
Vegetable iatlioiitriptic Jtlixtore.
TMICKC OK Ut'ArKS.
Vwf Kvmtiiobt Rad hi ;ahh'('.m,y. JTiere !t z
m pari Ha lor awta in the dirjcrbtit uiwnjs t.. i P, I
Samifturiiia. It m aaveru'-. aa tar ..-; i(u A .
il, euwi aii dw.:. 'i - i
but wait itif ---, . b vfv i i i tiu
j, the mle oi bocior for ie (jurptwe oi gmmm: c
U'rwaal he M noc lie uvi ha sU(rji-i1:Fj twef
chuoifl, and practiced for n J teen yean! !" how the I run
Aerer practiced medicine a day bi It ft f hficfc wuu, v u
td misrepresentauon looits Dat? to trie cnarscter ana veracity of
the man. I wish most sincerely, lie badmtrcr msxle those ma
Dients of himeif or of me. When will men learn to te fooi
aad truihfuiin all their dealinirs and intercourse with Oteir leJ
low own ! He applied to one Ruel Clapp to asaist him in oiaitu
tacturinc his mixture, sratinfe the Urre sums he would make,
as an inducement to embark in the business. The1 men have
been insuiung and libelling me ia al) possible forma, in orer to
.mnraMssi i ha nublic with tha belief thai the Old Doctor s iyirsa-
nartlla was not the gemtintu original Santaparilia, made from
the Old Doctor1 Original Reetpe. This S- P. Towiwnd aava
I have sold the use of my name for 7 a week. I will piva him
fino if he wilt uroduca one single solitary proof of tbw. Hit
80 : rTlHlS celebrated remedy ie constantly increasine ; statements of Thompson, Skiiiaian & Co., are noihmc but a
40 I its fame bv thr manv cores it is luakiutr tissue of falsehooda, simply made to deceive the Pu.:ir., saJ
Ml 18 8 " " It l",", IUaR"'r ' keep the truth down in regard to his tourtng, ferment me cyn-
JfJfJ All Cl'jr ine world. . mnmd, Tnia ia to caution tha public to purchase noae fui .i'
Stoves ! Stores ! !
16 5 23
north west quar )
50 acres improved. J
east hlf south west qr
west hlf south eest qr
-.west hlf north east qr
east hlf north west qr
15 6' 25
BLANK BOOKS full hound Ledere, Journals,
Dockets, Cash and Invoice bonks, at
CARPENTERS enn find Hand-saws, Draw
knives, steel Squares, try Squares, plane irons,
Nail Hammers, Hatchets. &c. of the best quality at
v , . Hai.is' CgiAP Btcri,
' RICE TOWKSniP.
south west hlf north west qr 60
north hlf south westqr 80
east hlf south east qr 80
north west qr north east qr 40
west hlf south west qr 80
200 known as Bowsan farm, 60 acrs impro'd J
16 6 30 north east qr south west qr 40
" it tt north west qr south east qr 40
" " north east qr north west qr 40
Sec. Part Acres.
21 north hlf n e quar ' 80
" west hlf s e quar ' 80
22 north hlf n w quar ' B0
3 north hlf west half se qr 40
south hlf s e quar 80
south east qr s w qr 40
south east quar. . ' 160
south hlf n w quar 80
north hlf s w quar "80
north west quarter 160
s e qunr s c quar 40
north hlfn w quar . 80
west part 325
south east quar 160
south hlf n e quar 85
north hlf s e quar 80
south part n e quar - 81
35 sonth hlf s w quar . 80
36 south west quarter - 160
north east quarter 164
cast hlf n w quar ' 88
north hlf s w quar 89
north" hlf s e quar 80
south e quar s e quar 40
north w quar frac . .158
south hlf n e quar 80
east traction . . a IV
south hlf n w quar frac 81
east hlf s w quar 80
west hlf fraction 325
north east quar frac 163
north hlf s e quar 80
north hlf fraction 329
north hlf s e quar 80
south hlf 320
north east qdarter 160
east hlf n w quar . 80
north hlf 320
north east quarter " 1 60
14 south hlf 820
22 whole 640
14 north east quarter 160
11 south half 320
north east quarter 160
north hlf s w quar 80
north hlf s e quar 80
south half .320
north hlf n w quar 80
38 south half 320
32 north hlf 320
34 north hlf 320
35 north hlf n w quar 80
30 south half 315
32 west half 320
- north east quarter 160
83. north talf 320
New Stove Store in Fremont, Ohio!
THE subscriber is just receiving at his shop on
Main street, between Fre'd Vandercook' store
and Sebting'e grocery, any qunntity of
PREMIUM, NIAGARA, HOT-AIR,
Hathaway's improved Ten Plate and Box Stoves,
and better than all, Wilkson's a Co.'s
Principal Patents in 1837, '38, '42, '47, & '49.
The proprietors of this Cooking Stove, with en-
ire confidence, claim for it the merit of being the
very best in the world, either aa to economy, conve
nience, or durability. Call and examine it, and sat
I offer the above lot of stoves at a small advance
above cost, and with every variety of --
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware,
and will furnish on reasonable terma,
Eave-trovgh, Gutter and Conductor Pipe,
and all articles in my line warranted to be what I
Farmers, Merchants and others are invited to
call before purchasing elsewhere, as 1 am deter
mined to. make it an object tor them to do so. 1
will also pay a fair price for all kinds of merchanta
For amy quantity of Sheep Pelts.
O. H. FUSSELMAN.
October 13, 31 -6m.
It has now become "eonly medicine for family use
: - ' : .'t P 8. .
AIT stages of tliisco plaint immediately relieved,
no matter of bow longstanding. (See pamphlet for
-' - Gravel, ' ' ' : '"' .
and all diseases of the urinary organs; for these dis
tressing complaints it stands alone; no other arti
cle can relieve you, and the cures testified to will
convince the most skeptical. Bee pamphlet. Liv
er complaint, bilious diseases, . - : " '
Fever nod Ague. -To
the great west especially, and wherever these
complaiula prevail, this medicine ia offered.
No Mineral agent,
no deleterious compound ia a part of this mixture, it
cures these diseases with certainty and celerity, and
does not leave the system torpid. See pamphlet.
a complaint of a most painful character!, it.
and a cure follows by a few days use of this article;
it is far before any ether preparation for this disease,
or for any other disease originating from impure
blooil. See pamphlet. ;
Debility of the System,
weak back, weikneesof the kidneys, &c, or inflU
iiiation of the same, is immediately -relieved by a
few days use of this medicine, and a cure is always
the reault of ita use. It stands as
A Certain Kerned y
for such complaints, and also for derangements of
the female frame, -
nninful menstruations. Ne article has ever been
offered except thisi which would touch this kind of
deraiicenienta. It may be relied upon as a sure and
effective remedy, and did we feel permitted lo- do
so, could give
Thousands of Names ,
as proof of enres in this distressing class of com
plaints; see pamphlet. All broken down, debilita
ted constitutions from the effect ol mercury, will
find the bracing power of this article to act imoie
diately, and the poisonous mineral eradicated from
. F.ruptive Diseases.
will also find the alterative qualities of this artiole
Purify the Blood,
aud' drive such diseases from the system see
pamphlet for testimony of cores in" all diseases,
which the limits of an advertisement will not per
mit to be named therein. Agents will give them
away; and tbey contain 33 pages of certificatea of
high character, and a
Stronger array of Proof,
of the virtuea of a medicine never appeared. It is,
one of the peculiar features of this article that it
never fails to benefit in any case, and if bones and
muscle ae left lo build apon, let the emaciated and
lingering iuvulid - . '
Take new Courage,
and keep using the medicine as long as there is an
improvement. The proprietor would
CAUTIOW THE PUBJLIC :
against a number of articlea which come out under
the head of Syrups, Sarsapariiias, &e , as cures for
Dropsy, Gravel, &c. ; they are good for nothing,
and are only concocted lo gull tbe unwary.. -
Touch them not.
Their inventors never thought of curing snch dis
eases till this article had done it. A particular
study of the pamphlet is' earnestly solicited.
Agents and all who sell -the article -are glad to
circulate gratuitously. Put up in 30 oz. bottles at
$2: 12 ox. do. at $1 each the larger holding 6 oz.
more than the two small bottles. ' Look out and nnt
get imposed upon. -Every boitle has "Vaughn's
Vegetanle Lithontriptic Mixture," blown upon the
glass, the written signature of G. C. Vaughn,"
on the directions, and "G. C. Vaughn, ' Buffalo,"
stamped on the cork. None other are genuine
Prepnred bv Dr. G. C- Vanghn, and old at the
principal office 207 Main street, Buffalo, at whole
sale and retail. No attenticn given to letters un
less post paid orders from regular constituted
agents excepted; post paid letters or verbal commu
nications soliciting advice, promptly attended to
gratis. ; .
Office devoted exclusively to the sale of this ar
ticle, 132 Ifunau street, New York city; 295 c,s
sex street, Salemr, -Maes., and by the principnl
druggists throughout the United Slates aud Can
ada. For sale bv
S. BUCKLAND, & CO.. Fremont;
J. W. Goodson, Bellevne,
Charles Powers, Woodville, ' 1
J. K. Owen, Tiffiin,
W. Ayerst Upper Sandusky,
Jos. E. Fouke, Little Sandusky,
' R. Perry, McCntchensville.
Fremont, June 3, 1849 ly " : "
ft- iirOR Tnvnwini'i SarsanariMa, Imvin? ou u the iVii 15.
tor's likeness, his family Cwt Aj?n, and kit aigr.atu:e act. -lbs
Coal of Arms. . ' v ... ,
' :,, fr.
, COME IN, WE CALL YOU !
SEW FIRM, MEW GOODS, AND
ROBERTS, HUBBARD & CO.,
H HAVING taken the old stand of J. R. Pense,
and purchased the eutire slock of Pease &
Roberts, are now having it replenished with the
latest and most desirable patterns ot
COOK, HALL, PARLOR,. : v
Air-Tight, Six-Plate and Box Stoves,
ever offered in this market, which will be sold at
Wholesale or Retail;
to suit purchasers, and for which we will take your
Hides, bkms, Karrs, Beeswax, 1 allow, fec.
Old Stoves bought and sold, or exchanged for
X !v Ones.
Give us a call. Don't forget the place, Pease's
Brick Block. Jo li at the sign ol the stove.
N. B. For particulars call at oar establishmeat;
Femont, Sept. 29, 1849.
Lester Vandercook's Estate.
ALL persons indebted lo the estate of the lafe
Lester Vandercook, are herebv notified that
immediate payment must be mado to the under
signed, or costs will be maae.
A COLES, Administrator.
Fremont. Mav 25. 1850. II
SN account of the death of Mr. Kendall, we
J shall offer our entire stock of Goods at
TREMEND O US BAR GAINS!
incltuliiiir u large lot of Bonnets, Parasols, bummer
Stuffs, Boots and Shoes. &c, &.C. The word has
gone forth and this stock CP must be sold.
The establishment will remain at present under
Ine firm of Kendall & Nime.
June 15 ,1850 .
WEEDS' and Pittsburgh Iron at
Old Dr. Jacob ' Townsem!, -
THE ORIGINAL DISCOVEKER- OF THE
Genuine Townsend - SarsapariUa.
Old Dr. Townaend w now about 70 Tears af tee. anrf ha tcmj
befl known s ihe AUTHOR and DISCOVERER t;,e
GENUINE ORIGINAL "TOWN8BND SAHSABA
RILLA." Beutf poor, be waa compelled to limit lumai.i c
ture, by which meana it haa been kept om of market, auid u
aalaa circumscribed u thoM on it who bad proved iia wonb. a: 4
known ita value, b had roeched the earn of umaf, naTenAeiessi.
3qnalicoa tha circulation af the blood, prDductrw centle warmth
quaitr all over tha body, and the insensible perapiraunn; rv
laxe atrictnrea and tightneaa. i mo Tea ail obstrurtioo, tvud uo.
vicoratea the entire nervoatayatem. I not uu then
The Medloin yoa prt-enlnentiy Breed f :
Bui can any of tfaeaa thinga 6a aaid of S. P. Towuteoa nfe.
liar article ? Thit young man' liquid ia not to be
COMPARED WITH THE OLI DR'S,
because of one GRAND FACT, thax tha one is INCAPABLE
of DETERIORATION, and
- NEVER SPOILS,: V '
While the other DOES : aouHn, fermenting, and blcntnj f At
bottle containinsT it into fratrmenta ; the eour, arid l!-jrjfa
ptodintf, and aamatjing other tooda ! Mum not ih hon-FMe mxtt
pound be potRonnua to the svetem 1 What! put arid i-nj-i a
yUm already diseased if ' - K- cuei i ljt
but acid? lo we not all - sur? imui
acha. what miachief it i e- f- .i,enc htn.irr. -
tatton of tho heart, lirer a- i i mt. marrim;. rive;..,.- r
and corruption of the biooa i W hat w S:roiuia hw a, sd t-
iTiorin me doot wnat prcmuces an trie aumon wined r? ,m
Eruptiona ol the Skin. Scald Head, Salt Kneum, fc.rv H
White SweslinB, Fever Sores, arid ail uicerauota v ;. t
external 1 It is nothing under heaven but an acid ur -which
sours, and thus spoila all th ilulda of tha bctiy, mm or
leaa. What cause Rheumatism but a. eonr and actd j3um
which instuuatea itself between the joinu and elsewhere. im
taune an J inttamirf tbe selicate uaauea upon which it acwl
So of nervous disease, of impurity of the Wood, of draned
circulation, and nearly ail the ailments which aiOict bunuut na
ture. . ....... -
Now ia it not horrible to make and sell, and infinxtely mors
to use this J
SOURlNti, FERMENTINO, ACID COMPOUND1 OF ft.
P. TOWN SEND,
and yet he would fern have it understood that Old Dr. Jurat
Townsend's Genuine Original SarsapariUa, is aa IMITATION
of his inferior preparation ! I
Heaven forbid thai we ehonM deal in an article which woalw
Dear the most distant resemblance to S. P. Towe semi's or tide 1
we wish u understood, because it is the absoiute trutk that
8. P. Townsend's article and old Dr. Jacob Townaend'e Ssraaps
rilla are heaven-und apart, and infinitely dissimilar; that dy
are unlike in every particular) having not one aingW xhuim m
common. ' -. -
Aa S. P. Townsend m no doctor, and ruw --asi isi M i.haa.
tat, no pharmaceutist know oo more of medietne or iiMaMai
than anv other common, unacientihe. imtrolerMivl man. .t
guarantee can Uie public neve that they are receivine a irenuiue
scieniilic medicine, containing all the virtues of the articles used
in preparing it, and which are incapable of ehanges which mieist
render them the AOENTof Disease inetead of health!
nut wnat else aneuid ne exoacted from one who know nnrhirrmr
comparatively ormadicine or disease t It requires a nermm of
aome experience to cook and serve op even a common deeem
meal. How much more important ia ft that the persona woe
manufacture medicine designed for
shoald know well the reed teal properties of plants, the best mas.
eerof socunnf and coccentraunij tbeir heaJina; virtuea. aiao aa
extensive knowledge of the various diseases which atfect the
human system, and how to adapt remedies to these diseases !
It ia to arrest frauds upon, the unlonunaie, to pour balm htt
wounded humanit,, to kindle hope in the despainnf bosom, to
rcowte inwui, evim u!wuik euiu icur iu me crusiTeo. antl rro
ken, and to banish infirmity that OLD DR JACOB TOWN SEND
baa SOUGHT and FOUND the opportunity and rncaosto but
urand UBUwersatl CanenntvatAd R
within the reach, and to the knowledge of all wnn ntA Vt
ihey may learn and know, by joyful esrperif nee. iff
i rani!nnan rower to Heal
aa thoes persona who had been healed of sore oUaeaaea, as4
saved from death, proclaimed ita wonderfaf - .
This GRAND AND UNEQUALLED PREPARATION ia man.
flfactured on the largest acaJe, and ia called for throusbom the
ble of degeneration or deterioration.
uniixe Toune & I, rownsetvd'a. it umnrcr.es wita aae. anal
never chaneea but for the better ; because it i prepared on mm
Hbc principles by a sHenttfic man. The highest know!e'e of
Chemistry, aad the latest discoveries of tbe art. hare all beet
brought into requisition in the manufacture of the Old Dr's Sr
aaparilla. The Saraaparilta root, it is well known to msdical
men, contains many medicinal properties, and acme properties
wnicn are inert or UBeieaa,ana outers, wnicn il rutamed in prs
parinf it for use, produce fermentation and acid, which is in
rurious te the svstem. Some of the Drooeruea of Sar?ntarila;
are so volatile Uiat they entire lye vaporate and are oet in ih pre-
1auoMuu. ii ncj aic ikh prcwcTfwi uj a scientific trrvK&m, iu , w a
only to those experirnced in its manaiaore. ntoreovai, these
volatile prineirc, which Ht otf ia vapor, or as an exttalation, un
der heat, are the very essential nutdicai properties, of the root.
which five to it all its value -
an? person can eon or stew we root U thev set a dare eoi.
ored liquid, which is more from the colon ng matter in the root
FIRE ANO MABIiXE
. v v n j je .
TTHE undersigned would call the attention of
I merchants and others having property expos
ed to loss by fire or the perile of navigation to the
superior advantages ottered by tne
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of Hartford, Connect tent.
1. Rates of premium aalow as those of any other
2. A sueedv and aatiafactorv adjustment of loss
es by the General Agent of the company, tor the
western and southern states.
3. Arbitration (of all (linVrences which mav
arise) by referees mutually chueen.-
4. Award-t promptly paid in specie, oanKo:i
funds, or exc'iange on N. York, Charleston, U-.Ui
more. New Orleans. St Louis, Louisviile, 1 itls-
:urth or Cinciiiua i, at the option ol the insured.
S3 Pamphlets setting forth the mode and princi-
les ot adjusting losses rates ol premiums--cit
sificution of hazards,. &e., &c , furuished loa the
customers of the office free of charge. '
For further information "
apply to the undersigned who is fully authorized to
maure dwellings, stores, hotels, warenouses, nuns,
manufactories, barus, o&c, dec. - ; ;
household furniture and goods, wares and merchan
dize contained or stored therein, against loss or
damage by fire. '
. .- x lio - :-"'
dri goods, groceries, manufactured goods, produce.
household furniture, live stock, snd every oilier ue
scription of merchandize or personal property, ship
ped or to be shipped per good steamboat, or boats
to and from points on the western waters, or be
tween eastern cities (via lakes, or other inland
route) andany towns in the western country, a gain, t
the hazarda of inland transportation.
shipments of goods, waree and merchandize, per
good vessel or vessels, between new Orleans aua
other Gulf ports between all American porie an
English or European ports, or to any maratime port
whatsoever in the Atlantic waters, against the per
ils of the seas.
R. P. BUCKLAND, Agent, '
Hartford Protection Insurance Co.
Fremont, Jan. 5, 1850 43 -3m
than from anything else; tbey can then strain this insipid or
, aad tnen call n " sak
ut auch aot tha artt
vapid liquid, sweeten with sour molasses, aad then call n u SAR-
cle. known aa the
GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWKSENDS
This is so Drtmared that all the inert tHonerties ef the Sav
aaparitla root are first removed, everything capable of becoov
uoj suu u rci ureinsunu n bjhi.iccu. sua sejfKUi , uuni r vol T
panicle of medical virtue is secured in a pure and concentrated
form; and thus -it is rendered incapable of loaing any of Ha valv
unuiv ana iiiif
the most powerful agent in the
Prepared in labia way, it ia mads
if the Womb, Obstructed, Suppressed, or Painful Menses, Ir
regularity of the menstrual jperioda, and the like.; and is aiiecusej
in curing all the forms of Kidney Diseases.
SMITH & WILLIAMSON,
GIVE notice to the citizens of Fremont, and the
public generally, thai they have formed a co
partnership, and intend carrying on the above busi
ness in all its branches aud forms. Tbey have
made large additions to their stock of
Horses, Carriages, Buggies, &c
and are now prepared to accommodate all who may
favor them with a call. Horses and carriages
For Parties or- Funerals
can be had at any moment. Covered and open
buggiea for men of busineaa or pleasure, on the
shortest nut ice.
Killing Horses or the Iiest bottom,
always on hand. The strictest attention paid, so
that all who call shall be accommodated without
delay. Teams for " - - ,
Carrying Passengers or Movers -
into anv part of the country, always on hand.
Those wishing any thing in the above line, will
do well to give us a trial, as we feel conBdent they
will be satisfied, both as to teams and price, the
former warranted to carry pes-engers to their desti
nation in the shortest possible time, and the latter
to be as reasonable as possible. By strict attention
to business, they hope to merit a liberal share ef
public patronage. - - '
Stables Nearly opposite Norton's Foundry.
Fremont, December 15, 1849;
Car of 1 ti nnmpr.hl. nia&ae. '
Hence tbe reason why we hear commendationa on every aide is
its f.Tor by men, women, and cbfidreo. We nad it dome o
iters in the cure of
UOKSUMPTlOlf, DYSPEPSIA and LITE CO1
PL.A AT,aml mRHB UMA TISM. SOU OF ULA. PILE 3,
COSTlVElfESS. all CUTANEOUS ERUPTIONSL
JPIMPZ.ES, BLOTCHES, and all alfectiom sneine bora,
IMPURITY OP THE BL.OOO.
ft poBsenees a marvellous efficacy in all complaints aris'oc
'rom indirettvm. from Aetditv ef tke Stomach, frem anemi J
eirculation, determination of blood to tbe head, palpitation v
the bean, cold feet and bands, cold chills and hot fiasbe orer ths
body. It has not iu equal ia Cotds and Co'As ; and promolea
easy ezpecumtioa and geatle parspirauoo, relaxing suiciurss of
mb luug. mroiu ana every omer pan. , . , .
fiat in nothing is iu excellence more manifestly sees aad ae
knowledged than in all kinds and staeea ef . f.i
gc.jyiAl.ri WiMfUUJllS. -
It works wonders la caws of Fhtmr AUnu or White, FtiUng
Br removing obetmcuone. and - reeutaune the eeneral srrlem.
it givea i one and sueagtn. ta tba whole body, amluius cures ail
aTerrone- TMseaacs waul Debility, ' '
and thus prevents or relieves a great variety of other maladiea;
as Smnol imtation, JMevralgia, St. Vitus Daxtet, Stooonatgx
Epiteptie Fits, Comtmlmumm, . . - .
It cleanses the blood, excites the liver to healthy action, tones
the stomach, and gives good digestion, relieves the bowels ot
torpor and constipation, allays innammauon. ourihea tbs skua
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SEVENTH INSTALLMENT .
To the Lower Sandusky P. Roai'stoct.
THE stockholders of the Low. Sandusky Plank -Road
Company, are hereby notified that th ';
assessment ef ten per cent, oa their capital atock,
ia hereby called for, Uie lame to be paid over t
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